Scenic View Of Sea Against Sky During Sunset
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Photo by Tommie Vaughn

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A decades-old local urban legend claims the center span of the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge was engineered to float in the event of collapse, allowing Naval ships to push the debris and clear the bay. The myth may have developed as a result of the hollow box design of the 1,880-foot center span, combined with the low-profile barges that made it appear to float on its own during construction. However, Caltrans and the bridge's principal architect, Robert Mosher, maintain that the legend is false. Let’s wrap up our photographs of the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge and then add a couple of pictures of the Lake Hodges Stress-Ribbon Bridge and then we’ll close our Series on the Bridges of San Diego. Architecture beach bridges, highway, freeway, structure, arches, concrete, access, pedestrian, vehicle, Cabrillo Bridge, Balboa Park, San Diego, California, trees, landscape, tower, railings, scenic, seismic, built structure City horizon over water illuminated Nature night no people outdoors sand scenics sea sky sunset Tranquility Transportation water
Retired U.S. Navy. Extensive Navy travels and now love cruise ships. ALL photographs taken by me. View them all; come back. Also @Tommie2